Cutting Edge Stencils？knows how to make your window treatments feel homey and welcoming with a modern twist! The following DIY projects are some of our personal favorite stenciled window treatments using our paint stencils! Sprucing up a...
Cutting Edge Stencils？knows how to make your window treatments feel homey and welcoming with a modern twist! The following DIY projects are some of our personal favorite stenciled window treatments using our paint stencils! Sprucing up a window treatment with Cutting Edge Stencils‘； decorating stencils could be just the extra touch your home interior needs， even if you’；re on a budget!
DIY Stenciled CurtainsOur first lovely DIY stenciled window treatment project is from Ashley， of the blog Simply Designing. She stenciled these beautifully chic curtains with Cutting Edge Stencils‘； Brocade No.1 Stencil， a dense foam rollerpersonalized gifts for kids， acrylic paint， fabric medium， and curtain fabric! Ashley secured her curtain fabric to a flat surface with masking tape and stuck the stencil to the fabric with spray adhesive! She then mixed the acrylic paint with fabric medium to make her own form of fabric paint and stenciled it， using light pressure， onto the fabric! This project is quite the stenciling success story!rustic pillow covers
DIY Stenciled Cornice BoardOur second amazing DIY ？stenciled window treatment comes to us from Kristin， of the blog The Hunted Interior. She stenciled her very own cornice board， and we just couldn’；t love this stencil project more! Originally planning to build a hutch， Kristin used the neglected plywood and already stenciled drop cloth to create this super unique window treatment! She used Cutting Edge Stencils Trellis Allover Stencil？for the stencil design and stapled the drop cloth smoothly and tightly to the plywood! We’；re just a little bit obsessed； do you blame us？!
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Thanks for reading!Melissa and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
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Happy Spring! We are officially in the Spring time season and we have been enjoying warm sunny days. Beautiful warm days means that I am spending time in the vegetable garden, checking bees and planting flowers. It also means that I am adding some fresh greenery to our home and this week I am sharing a simple corner of our kitchen decorated for Spring.